Meet our employees
Meet Swedish Match employees in personal interviews. Read more about the driving forces and challenges in their work.
“We aim to attract the top talent and best employees. And half of these are women,” says Joakim Tilly, President of Swedish Match Europe Division.
From lost student to goal-oriented Brand Manager – in less than two years. Tove Lundgren found her way through Swedish Match, an employer that encourages personal growth.
Swedish Match wants to give employees a chance to exceed their own expectations.
Martin Olsson is Head of the Leaf Tobacco Department at Swedish Match. A position that his international experience makes him well-suited for. The fact is, that at Swedish Match sustainability is of equal importance on a global or a local scale.
Sustainability is evident in all decisions made by Swedish Match and in the everyday life of all employees.
“We would not be able to build a financially successful company otherwise,” says Emmett Harrison, Vice President Investor Relations and Corporate Sustainability.
Maria Nicholl, Vice President Business Development, has worked at Swedish Match since 1998. According to Maria, it is not unusual for people to remain with the company for such a long time.
An exciting product portfolio and career opportunities that transcend boundaries – a job at Swedish Match is unbeatable.
Swedish Match listens to ideas – and the best ideas come from our personnel. Although the company is market leader in Sweden, we face stiff competition that requires an aggressive innovation strategy to retain market shares.
“I have been with Swedish Match for over eight years. Me and my staff strive to offer the best in employee relations, employment, recruitment, policy administration and performance management.”
Our sustainability strategy is founded on two basic principles – focus and organizational ownership. Through this strategy, we emphasize six areas – greenhouse gases, waste, ethical business practices, equal opportunity, public health and child labor – areas where we believe we have the ability to directly or indirectly influence meaningful outcomes or where adverse developments could have a negative impact on our businesses.